Opinion

Start of the year excitement at Art League of Lincoln

   January and February are exciting times for the Art League of Lincoln as we bring new and exciting shows and exhibits for the community to enjoy throughout 2015. Ad ...

Playing under pressure

  In reference to this column, you will see a photo of a football.  You’ll note of course it is marked NFL, which stands for Naturally Flat Leather.  In the ...

SOS: help us save Community Christian School

After 20 years as the only Christian school located in the city of Lincoln, we are facing the largest fiscal crisis in our history. How can you help? 1. Donate by sending a check ...

Read to a buddy or a friend

Sheridan held a Jammie/Book/Buddy Day sponsored by the Marines Toys For Tots Program. All students and staff wore their pajamas. Each student received a teddy bear or stuffed ...

‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water’ fun romp for everyone

The absorbent, yellow and porous resident of a pineapple under the sea returns to the big screen in “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.” The “Sponge Out o ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Feb. 12

1 YEAR AGO Feb. 13, 2014 – Placer Water officially declares drought – Storm not enough; board takes precautions on shortages for this summer – The raindrops ...

City should fix back flow preventer

In California, we are going into our third year of drought. Some people have taken great measures to conserve water. The city of Lincoln’s 6” back flow preventer near ...

Meet your new city manager

Lincoln has a lot of positives going for it. Even though the population has increased five-fold from 8,500 in 2000 to 45,000, the city still has a small-town atmosphere. For ...

The Salt Mine teams up with The Tire Dealer this month

  The Salt Mine is teaming up with a different local business monthly this year to help feed Lincoln and Sheridan residents in need. ...

Irish all the Way, Part Five: Closing the Celtic circle

Ireland. So lush and green. Small streams tumbling down the hillsides.  Wide rivers filled with salmon.  Craggy peaks sheltering great stags. Great slabs of stone ti ...